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|🗺️ Location||SNAKE RIVER STEELHEAD|
|⏰ Fast Updates||Every day|
|🐟 Species||All Species|
|🗓️ Next Update||Tomorrow|
You also can get helpful information from the Fishing Forecast.
14 bluefin 9 yellowfin 1 yellowtail 1 bonito. Saw enough fish to get a big hit but unfortunately they were not in the mood today. We did see more plus sized models in the mix. We recommend 40lb-60lb line for all techniques.
Monday, September 10th, 2012
Hi friends. Just a real dandy of a day for us today. We started it out in the morning with the yellowtail snap and then we followed it up in the afternoon with Monday night footballs. The footballs were all you wanted and we also added a small handful of dorado to our days count. We did all of this in flat calm conditions and the boys are all wore out from the excellent fishing that we had today. Everybody's pumped and I screamed myself hoarse today.
For tomorrow, we're looking for tuna with a little more size as one of our code boats had a nice afternoon on those premium grade offshore yellowfin tuna so we'll be in the area looking around for a few ourselves. The boys enjoyed a twenty-two year old Cabernet sauvigon tonight and I think Robin and Wayne might have shed a tear together while talking about it. I still haven't had any but the dudes looked pretty glossy-eyed so I imagine it was pretty darn good.
Anyhow, the Blue/White gang is having a super duper fantastic time catching fish, drinking cocktails/wine, and eating Chef Shawn's culinary creations. Our weather forecast is looking good for tomorrow so hopefully we can get on a big ole' school of big yellowfin. Wish us luck.
We had a very busy turn around today. It was time to change oil and fuel filters and make a repair. But all is good and we're under way. Our new computers are getting more and more dialed in. I now have spell check. I love sitting back in the chair now and typing these reports. Not now though because the letters shrunk on me again. I'm going to have to figure that out. So here we go again on another 5 day. Our baits good we think. Time will always tell. It's looking like things might get a bit breezy the next few days so we have Cedros in mind. We're going to fish tuna tomorrow first and then most likely fish the Island the day after for a couple days and let the weather come down before finishing up in tuna land for our last day. That's the game plan at the moment anyway. Things change out here all the time though. In the end we just take it one day at a time.
The official weigh in is in. We have Mark weighing in at 231.4 pounds. And in the left corner we have Justin weighing in at 228.2 pounds. If your just tuning in, he who loses the most weight by October 1 wins the bet. I'll keep you posted after each progress report hopefully at the end of each trip. This excites me. Competition. I love it.
22 yellowtail, 65 calico bass, 1 bonito and 3 barracuda. Tony Brough and his charter group had good action fly lining sardines.
Fishing reports for snake river steelhead are updated each week, usually by Thursday morning. The reports are compiled by an outside contractor who receives the information from bait shops, marinas and fishing guides.